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World Cancer Day

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Today is World Cancer Day.

Experts say, “Prevention, prevention and prevention.”

Here are ways to reduce your cancer risk from the WHO. Simple and reliable approaches, which need more details of course. But truly speaking most of us know some details: the more fresh fruits and vegetables the better; at least half hour of physical exercises 5 times a week, do not overeat and so on.The great challenge is to introduce it in everyday life.

So, be active, optimistic and never ever give up.


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